Variant of fantastic
- existing in the imagination; imaginary; unreal: fantastic terrors
- having a strange or weird appearance; grotesque; odd; quaint: fantastic designs
- strange and unusual; extravagant; capricious; eccentric: a fantastic plan
- seemingly impossible; incredible: fantastic progress in science
Origin: Middle English fantastik ; from Old French fantastique ; from Midieval Latin fantasticus ; from Late Latin phantasticus ; from Classical Greek phantastikos, able to present or represent to the mind ; from phantazein, to make visible ; from phainein, to show: see fantasy
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